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It's actually not that difficult. just check the online and, or the mobile tracking app before the event to see where runners will be recorded for tracking purposes. Also, Frank's done this race a few times so he knows the drill. In addition, Frank seems not to mind getting DQ'd (which to most runners would be an embarrassingly horrible experience) like he's done at the California International Marathon . so if the race/timing marshal flags him,based on suspicious times or lack of hitting a map, then it's just another Sunday for Frank. Walk away. In addition, most elite marathons like NYC and Boston have dummy "mats" set up along the course that they don't publicize to monitor possible cheating and, or rare malfunctions.
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